A few days ago, we presented the Cadillac Escalade Limousine by Sylvester Stalone which was put on sale. This time it’s the car of another American star that arrives on the second-hand market: the Mercedes S600 by Michael Jordan.
If you are at all interested in sports – even from afar – you will recognize this name: Michael Jordan. A full-time member of the Hall-of-Fame among basketball players, Michael Jordan has left such a mark on his sport that his number, 23, is no longer assigned to several NBA teams. If you are a superfan, this is an almost unique opportunity to own your car. Or one of his cars at least.
Indeed, this Mercedes-Benz S600 from 1996 is offered for sale on Beverlyhillscarclub.com. It’s a perfect example of Stuttgart’s 1990’s chic luxury. As you can imagine, this is the model equipped with the 6.0-liter V12 producing just under 400 horsepower. However, this is not a classic S600: this 600 coupe wears a Lorinser body kit. The exhaust also appears to have been improved, although details are not provided in the information that goes with the announcement.
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Of course, if there is anything even attractive about this car, it is the fact that it belonged to Mr. Jordan. Because we have to admit that his look took a slap in the face. Information in the ad indicates that it is Jordan’s car and people who saw “The Last Dance” (a documentary about MJ’s career) can even recognize the car as she made an appearance in the documentary through archival footage in the 90s.
Price unfortunately unknown
So how much will it cost you to buy this piece of Michael Jordan’s career history? This copy appears to be in excellent condition, with just over 250,000 km displayed on the odometer, its price as is should be around 3,500 dollars according to Kelley Blue Book, or about 3,000 euros. But having belonged to Jordan, all of that might not matter anymore. However, its price seems difficult to estimate.
Unfortunately, no price is mentioned in the advertisement. How much is Michael Jordan’s property worth to fans or collectors, that is the real question.
Source : Beverlyhillscarclub.com
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